Our History of Educational Freedom: What It Should Mean for Families Today

By Marie Gryphon and Emily A. Meyer. Policy Analysis No. 492. October 8, 2003.

Threats to Financial Privacy and Tax Competition

By Richard W. Rahn and Veronique de Rugy. Policy Analysis No. 491. October 2, 2003.

Defining Democracy Down: Explaining the Campaign to Repeal Term Limits

By Patrick Basham. Policy Analysis No. 490. September 30, 2003.

EU Enlargement: Costs, Benefits, and Strategies for Central and Eastern European Countries

By Marian L. Tupy. Policy Analysis No. 489. September 18, 2003.

War between the Generations: Federal Spending on the Elderly Set to Explode

By Chris Edwards and Tad DeHaven. Policy Analysis No. 488. September 16, 2003.

The Balanced Budget Veto: A New Mechanism to Limit Federal Spending

By Anthony Hawks. Policy Analysis No. 487. September 4, 2003.

What Does a Voucher Buy? A Closer Look at the Cost of Private Schools

By David F. Salisbury. Policy Analysis No. 486. August 28, 2003.

Mending the U.S.-European Rift over the Middle East

By Leon T. Hadar. Policy Analysis No. 485. August 20, 2003.

Replacing the Scandal-Plagued Corporate Income Tax with a Cash-Flow Tax

By Chris Edwards. Policy Analysis No. 484. August 14, 2003.

Casualties of War: Transatlantic Relations and the Future of NATO in the Wake of the Second Gulf War

By Christopher Layne. Policy Analysis No. 483. August 13, 2003.

Property Rights: The Key to Economic Development

By Gerald P. O’Driscoll Jr. and W. Lee Hoskins. Policy Analysis No. 482. August 7, 2003.

The Constitutional Case against “Free” Airtime

By Laurence H. Winer. Policy Analysis No. 481. August 6, 2003.

Why Subsidize the Soapbox? The McCain Free Airtime Proposal and the Future of Broadcasting

By John Samples and Adam D. Thierer. Policy Analysis No. 480. August 6, 2003.

The Uses and Abuses of Structured Finance

By Barbara Kavanagh. Policy Analysis No. 479. July 29, 2003.

All the Players at the Table: A Multilateral Solution to the North Korean Nuclear Crisis

By Doug Bandow. Policy Analysis No. 478. June 26, 2003.

After Victory: Toward a New Military Posture in the Persian Gulf

By Christopher A. Preble. Policy Analysis No. 477. June 10, 2003.

A Grand Façade: How the Grand Jury Was Captured by Government

By W. Thomas Dillard, Stephen R. Johnson and Tim Lynch. Policy Analysis No. 476. May 13, 2003.

Demonizing Drugmakers: The Political Assault on the Pharmaceutical Industry

By Doug Bandow. Policy Analysis No. 475. May 8, 2003.

Bring the Troops Home: Ending the Obsolete Korean Commitment

By Doug Bandow. Policy Analysis No. 474. May 7, 2003.

Welfare Reform: Less Than Meets the Eye

By Michael D. Tanner. Policy Analysis No. 473. April 1, 2003.

Extremist, Nuclear Pakistan: An Emerging Threat?

By Subodh Atal. Policy Analysis No. 472. March 5, 2003.

Should Congress Repeal Securities Class Action Reform?

By Adam C. Pritchard. Policy Analysis No. 471. February 27, 2003.

Empire of the Sun: An Economic Interpretation of Enron’s Energy Business

By Christopher Culp and Steve H. Hanke. Policy Analysis No. 470. February 20, 2003.

Accounting at Energy Firms after Enron: Is the “Cure” Worse Than the “Disease”?

By Richard Bassett and Mark Storrie. Policy Analysis No. 469. February 12, 2003.

Cigarette Taxes, Black Markets, and Crime: Lessons from New York’s 50-Year Losing Battle

By Patrick Fleenor. Policy Analysis No. 468. February 6, 2003.